Parallel Wireless Expands US Headquarters, R&D Center

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Parallel Wireless, Inc., the U.S. based Open RAN company delivering All G, cloud-native, Open RAN solution, is expanding Open RAN Research and Development Centers and company headquarters in the U.S. to support 4G and 5G software development and testing.

Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) across the globe are quickly adopting Open RAN networks to deliver cost-effective, easily scalable, wireless broadband connectivity.

Parallel Wireless is at the forefront of the telecom revolution driving All G – 2G, 3G, 4G and 5G, Open RAN wireless networks into the future.

Parallel Wireless was formed in 2012 and has experienced tremendous momentum and success over the last nine years. The company has had many Open RAN wireless network wins across the globe with MNOs such as Axiata Group, Millicom, Orange, Vodafone Ireland and in Africa and Asia, Inland Cellular in the U.S., and more. Parallel Wireless is also delivering the world’s first Open RAN networks in emerging markets, such as with IpT in Peru.

The U.S. Research and Development Center is a best-in-class Open RAN testing facility, bringing a broad ecosystem of hardware and software suppliers together to ensure interoperability. The team is expanding this real-world testing facility that aims to bring in multiple providers to supply components for 5G radio equipment. By expanding the R&D Center in the U.S., Parallel Wireless is bringing innovation to communications networks, enabling fast, secure, and reliable connections for the future.

Opportunities include systems engineering, quality assurance, software engineering and more.

Steve O’Brien, Chief People Officer at Parallel Wireless, said “Join the team of Reimaginers at Parallel Wireless, where we are developing and testing leading edge Open RAN wireless networks, enabling cost-effective broadband communications for people across the globe. At Parallel Wireless, Reimaginers have a voice, influence, tremendous career growth, learning opportunities, and they are shaping the future of telecommunications.”